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Vogue "Festival"

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Kathleen
Kathleen
3 months ago

That literally looks like a trafficked victim right there. She looks scared. But they’ll say “No, she’s a model. It’s artistic.”

6ei3
6ei3
3 months ago
Reply to  Kathleen

Completely agree!

crisspf
crisspf
3 months ago
Reply to  Kathleen

This is from a huge catalogue of photos with underaged ‘models’, some as young as 10 I’d say, often pictured tied to bed, beaten, scared …by multi-awarded trio abusers Gorsad Kyiv. I believe VC posted an article about this a few months before.

Sharine
Sharine
3 months ago
Reply to  crisspf

Yes, crisspf. I was so moved by VCs article that I posted about this unspeakable atrocity on my Substack:

https://sharine.substack.com/p/gorsad-kyiv-are-not-artists

Anxiety Tiger
Anxiety Tiger
3 months ago

I can’t believe I used to call Vogue “the bible”.

crisspf
crisspf
3 months ago

Gorsad Kyiv “art”! In a normal world police would do their job and put in jail the “artists” and the “distributors” of such photos. It is enough evidence of child abuse.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
3 months ago
Reply to  crisspf

In a moral world we wouldn’t have police at all and individuals could use force to rescue those having violence perpetrated against them. Government is slavery.

sphereofserenity
sphereofserenity
3 months ago
Reply to  stevencasteel

Balanced societies need police.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
3 months ago

No. Police are thugs for hire from stolen money. What we need are moral for-hire guards who will escalate to violence only for self defense of the community. Maybe even entirely volunteer based for free. A militia. And that of course sits on top of a society that prioritizes teaching morality to its entire community.

vigilantlynx
vigilantlynx
3 months ago

Whose child is this?

Where is the intervention from the parents or guardians?

crisspf
crisspf
3 months ago
Reply to  vigilantlynx

There’s none! because they’re most probably kidnapped kids, orphan kids, street kids.

Alexd
Alexd
3 months ago
Reply to  crisspf

Agree and yet you wouldn’t believe how many parents allow for their kids to be abused for money or fame.

crisspf
crisspf
3 months ago
Reply to  Alexd

You’re right about that, too. We see it happen all the time to the kids distributed in Disney and Nickelodeon series. They are encouraged on this path by either naive parents or greedy parents. I think all the kids in the show-biz enter a very dark world where they get to be used and abused.

ibelieve
ibelieve
3 months ago

sheesh. remember the American Apparel ads? Parents need to do a better job at protecting their children.

Anne-Marie D
Anne-Marie D
3 months ago

I agree with you, Kathleen. That is what I see. I also see an active appeal to traffic. The now “normal”

Will
Will
3 months ago

Creepy and horrible